CrossOver-KDESKTOP-THEME

KDE 2 Themes

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Description:

CrossOver-KDESKTOP-2.2.x-THEME is a Theme for KDE 2.2 very nice with Window Decoration for IceWM.
Last changelog:

17 years ago

- CrossOver-KDESKTOP-2.2.x-THEME
- crossOver v0.3 Style for IceWM
- New Icons
- New Backgrounds
- Easy to install

12-07-2001
First release.

By Alexander Mitvix
mitvix@bsblinux.zzn.com

anonymous-hive

17 years ago

Hi
Is it intentional the way the buttons borders look? I feel like some pixels more in the right up corner and the left down corner of the buttons wouldn't hurt.

Anyway keep on the good job.

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

How about showing some QT based apps in your screenshot ?

This doesn't tell me anything about how this theme looks.

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

Themes only affect the window decoration, icons, sounds, and wallpaper. For it to affect the appearance of widgets, you'd need a KDE style. (Note: there is a difference between pure Qt apps and KDE apps: pure Qt apps, like Opera, won't follow the specified KDE style, even if they are dynamically linked to qt).

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kwr2k

17 years ago

The fact mentioned by you is something to think about. I mean, is there a project out there (which probably one can contribute to) that is unifying the look and feel of all these various UI technologies? Its forcing a hegemony of sorts on the users which kind-of choose and stick to one WM as far as possible. Since, the apps written for GNOME (say) work ok under KDE, I feel even the look and feel should be native (of the widgets, that is).

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kwr2k

17 years ago

The fact mentioned by you is something to think about. I mean, is there a project out there (which probably one can contribute to) that is unifying the look and feel of all these various UI technologies? Its forcing a hegemony of sorts on the users which kind-of choose and stick to one WM as far as possible. Since, the apps written for GNOME (say) work ok under KDE, I feel even the look and feel should be native (of the widgets, that is).

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

Hi there, is there a way of saying a qt-app like Opera that it should use the KDE-Style as much as possible?

This "here GTK, there Motif and - Oh!: here comes Xlib together with QT" is *really* annoying me.

Bye!
Pippi L.

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

Hi there, is there a way of saying a qt-app like Opera that it should use the KDE-Style as much as possible?

This "here GTK, there Motif and - Oh!: here comes Xlib together with QT" is *really* annoying me.

Bye!
Pippi L.

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

Hi there, is there a way of saying a qt-app like Opera that it should use the KDE-Style as much as possible?

This "here GTK, there Motif and - Oh!: here comes Xlib together with QT" is *really* annoying me.

Bye!
Pippi L.

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17 years ago

- CrossOver-KDESKTOP-2.2.x-THEME
- crossOver v0.3 Style for IceWM
- New Icons
- New Backgrounds
- Easy to install

12-07-2001
First release.

By Alexander Mitvix
mitvix@bsblinux.zzn.com

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